Golf News for Wednesday, October 31, 2012 | Resorts

Shelton, Washington's Little Creek Casino Resort welcomes RVs

SHELTON, Wash. -- Little Creek Casino Resort - the Squaxin Island Tribe's award-winning entertainment property located a short drive from Seattle and Olympia - announces the opening of a full-hookup RV Parking area.

The newly constructed 1.75-acre lot has 44 berths and offers a television connection, Wi-Fi hotspot, pet area, drinking water connection, AC power, bathhouse, sewer connection and coin-operated laundry. The park is easily accessible via Highway 101 and the cost is $35 per night, per vehicle.

"The opening of the RV Park is just the latest of a number of enhancements we've recently introduced at Little Creek Casino Resort," said CEO Michael Starr. "We continue to improve the overall guest experience as we solidify our standing as a destination leader in the Pacific Northwest."

Other amenities added in the last year at the resort include Salish Cliffs Golf Club, which after opening in September, 2011 has already been ranked one of the top courses in the state of Washington by national golf publications, the Skookum Spirit Cigar and Wine Lounge, featuring more than 70 different premium cigar names, top-shelf spirits and a tapas menu, and Seven Inlets Spa, a full-service venue with state-of-the-art personal care suites, a relaxation and meditation room and eucalyptus steam rooms.

For more information on Little Creek Casino Resort, or to book a reservation, visit or call 1-800-667-7711.

About Little Creek Casino Resort
Owned and operated by the Squaxin Island Tribe, Little Creek Casino Resort features nearly 190 finely appointed rooms, eight dining choices, and authentic Indian art decorating the atrium-style main lobby area, which is built with wood, stone and glass. More than 1,000 slot machines and table games await casino guests, including poker, blackjack, craps, roulette and Texas Hold-Em. Top-quality, live entertainment — comedy, music and other shows — perform in Skookum Creek Event Center, which hosts business and other events for up to 2,000 guests.

For more information, visit

Gary Trask

Dan Shepherd